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  • feedwordpress 23:33:55 on 2018/05/23 Permalink
    Tags: adventure, , , insights, Learning,   

    One Way to Have a More Adventuresome Life With Others 

    Unexpected and sometimes enlightening things can happen when sharing a new experience with those who don’t act right, like you. I got unexpected insights when, with two friends, I walked through the Steins Collection of paintings by Matissse, Picasso and other avant-garde painters in bohemian Paris. In most every gallery room one friend would sit […]
     
  • feedwordpress 22:07:10 on 2017/09/21 Permalink
    Tags: , Charlie Duhigg, David Sobel, Dorie Clark, fulfillment, impact, Jim Collins, Joe Calloway, , Learning, Marci Alboher, , mutuality mindset, , Robert Ornstein   

    Become A Greater Author Of Your Best Life Story 

    By aptly connecting in mutually beneficial ways, you have the opportunity to use your best talents and resources better to get more done with less effort and more enjoyment. Further, you can stay relevant and sought-after by becoming a Category of One, as Joe Calloway suggests. As you optimize what you know with others, as Marci Alboher outlined in One Life/Multiple Careers, thus sometimes Reinventing You, as Dorie Clark advocates, you can keep turning the pages of your life story to new adventures. In so doing, your mutuality mindset becomes the strengthening and continuing thread that ties your life story…
     
  • feedwordpress 00:31:29 on 2016/04/11 Permalink
    Tags: , Learning,   

    Fun Way to Learn Faster Together 

    As a kid I spent much of one summer, sitting on the curb in front of my home, watching Mike, the cute boy across the street, riding his bike on daring ramp jumps in his driveway. (My “surprise” bike wouldn’t arrive until my birthday). Then Mike would speed out onto the street, closer to me, turning his bike in tight undulating curves like a never-ending “S.” I watched this show at least a couple dozen times yet never tired of it. One Saturday morning my father was making what our family called thin Danish pancakes (French crepes to you, perhaps)…
     
  • feedwordpress 00:25:47 on 2016/04/11 Permalink
    Tags: , Learning,   

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    As a kid I spent much of one summer, sitting on the curb in front of my home, watching Mike, the cute boy across the street, riding his bike on daring ramp jumps in his driveway. (My “surprise” bike wouldn’t arrive until my birthday). Then Mike would speed out onto the street, closer to me, turning his bike in tight undulating curves like a never-ending “S.” I watched this show at least a couple dozen times yet never tired of it. One Saturday morning my father was making what our family called thin Danish pancakes (French crepes to you, perhaps)…
     
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